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Sophomore Trial Debate.

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Ten men spoke last night in the trial for the debating team to represent the Sophomore class in the interclass debate with the Freshmen on May 16. The following men were chosen: J. A. Richards, E. E. Sargent, R. D. Crane and alternate, A. L. Richards. The judges were G. Gleason 1G. and F. R. Steward 2L., and the question was: "Resolved, That the United States should abandon its policy of international isolation."

Several speakers attempted to cover too much ground in the five minutes allowed. However, most of the speeches were very much to the point and well delivered, and deserved a better audience than was present.

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